The Union government’s New Education Policy 2020 brings about several major reforms in education in India. To acquaint both, parents and students, with the same, a virtual session was taken by the school Principal. The school counselor, Ms. Charanjeet Kaur, welcomed everyone present. The Principal highlighted that the New National Education Policy aims for promotion of Indian languages through regular use, preparation of pedagogical material, training of teachers, adoption of mother tongue as medium of instructions, etc. She stated that school would start with special assembly programme to promote all languages and mother tongue in the upcoming session. She also emphasized that leaving behind traditional methods of teaching and learning, NEP would focus on Competency Based Teaching Learning and preparing students for 21st century needs. In her session, she also talked about the foundational pillars of Access, Equity, Quality, Affordability and Accountability and explained them well. She concluded the session by seeking assistance of both, teachers and parents, in implementation of NEP in times to come. It will be a joint venture which will make our students globally competitive.
Session was organized to help students overcome exam anxiety. In the opening note Principal Dr Vandna Shahi emphasised that this year is different for students becauase teaching learning mode is totally different. The school has already prepared itself according to this new scenerio. School counselor provided students with the tips on time management, how to develop concentration abilities and overcome exam anxiety.
Session was conducted for parents of classes I, II & III. In the opening note Principal Dr. Vandna Shahi appreciated parents' efforts in engaging children both ways in virtual learning and offline activities as well. School counselor Ms. Charanjeet Kalra guided parents on how to make virtual learning more productive and also gave tips on importance of Virtual safety and recommended safe surfing sites for children. She also stressed on inculcating ethics of attending online classes. Primary Wing Coordinator Ms Sukhnandanpal Kaur, shared tips on maintaining good physical health .
The event was embellished with the august presence of the School Principal, who welcomed the parents and highlighted the objectives and mandate of the school for organising such sessions to enhance the capacity of stakeholders in unprecedented times. The speakers emphasised on the need to support children during this pandemic by providing them with essential services for continuation of their activities. They deliberated on different mechanisms and approaches to be in place for early detection of signs such as behavioural, emotional changes in children which could lead towards looming mental health issues such as depression. They emphasised on the importance of physical health as a prerequisite for a good mental health and urged parents to keep their children engaged in physical and learning activities and ensure their health, hygiene and safety.
It was a virtual session in which the School Counselor and the Middle Wing Coordinator expressed their views on the topic " Impact of Video Games on Children". In this session they discussed about what is video gaming , benefits of playing video games as well as the negative effects of video games on young toddlers. They even shared tips with parents regarding how they can help their children to avoid playing video games. Principal of the school, Dr. Vandna Shahi also expressed her views and motivated the parents to have a strong vigilance while their children are using technology and must avoid the misuse of it.On the whole it was a quite informative and insightful session.
Dr. Vandna Shahi (Principal) and Mrs Charanjit Kalra( Counselor) were the resource persons of the session.
The head of the institution guided the parents and students as to how they should handle the current Covid conditions and prevent themselves once the life turns to near normal. Through a presentation, she highlighted the symptoms and diagnosis of COVID-19 with special emphasis on ancient traditions of personal hygiene and usage of home remedies to boost immunity.
On the other hand, Mrs Charanjit Kalra shared some tips as to how the parents and students can stay safe and secure technologically. She also enlisted a few safe search engines for children and requested the parents to be vigilant and beware of cyber crimes. Amidst the session the e-newsletter ‘Bcm xpress’ was also released.
Session was conducted for parents of class II, aim of the session was to involve parents in creative activities. Virtual gàmes and fun quiz was organised for parents. This way they released their stress and involved themselves in fun family time.
On the eve of International Youth Day BCM school inaugurated Teen Entrepreneurs' Club. Aim of the club is to involve teens in to fruitful activities and to provide them opportunities to earn while learning.
Session for students and parents on cyber safety was conducted. The school counselor awared the parents about potential threats on - internet, cyberbullying, phishing etc. Tips on cyber safety, privacy controls and safe surfing on internet were also shared.
Session was started with opening note by Principal Dr. Vandna Shahi. She encouraged parents to make full use of virtual classrooms by being vigilant over child's online activities.
Ms. Charanjeet Kalra shared tips on cyber safety and parental control apps.
School has associated with Indian and Foreign Universities as well as institutes of higher education for career guidance . Sessions held by different institutes are...
The school hosted a Career Fair ‘Avocation18’ for parents and students of classes IX to XII to keep them abreast of the various options available for Higher Education and their future prospects. The Fair, featuring 16 institutes and universities, was designed to expose students to a width of career options including vocational and off-beat careers available after XII.